The Atlanta-based ICE is moving all of Liffe over to its own trading and clearing systems
The IntercontinentalExchange has tweaked the fees it charges
to trade and clear on Liffe, marking the latest change under
European exchange’s new owner, writes Luke
ICE, which bought the London-based exchange six months ago,
introduced on May 1 a new fee scheme that cuts the tariff for
trading Liffe’s most liquid products and hikes the
fee for clearing Liffe contracts, according to a document seen
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